Sunday, 17 July 2016

No teddies are getting washed here. #MySundayPhoto

I asked if I could wash her dirty, stinky teddies....She screamed. shouted and clung onto them for dear life...

I'll take that as a no then.


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  1. Our kids are the same with their favourite toys too. It doesn't matter how dirty they are ...

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  2. Awww hehehe Olivia got a stunky elephant too. lol xx

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  3. Hahah!! My children are the same. Once I did smuggle Panda into a washing machine for a well needed wash but it was a mistake. When Little Mister went to bed he couldn't sleep for crying that Panda didn't smell the same!
    #SundayPhoto

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    1. Aww! I remember the same happened when my youngest was tiny. They just know don't they.

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  4. Ha! My little girl does EXACTLY the same!

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  5. I think it'll have to be a definite 'wash and go'. Maybe you could try to get her to bath him... as a game. At least that way some parts will be freshened up!
    Good luck! (Great fun shot Kim ;D)

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    1. I managed to get him in the washer....He didn't get to dry on the line though. She claimed him back. hahaha

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  6. Aw that is one precious teddy!

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  7. What a hug! I wouldn't even try to get that teddy back! Love it x

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    1. She wasn't going to let me have it...hehehe

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  8. My mum must have done this when I was at school as I have no memory of them being washed #MySundayPhoto

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    1. hehehe! I'm sure she did...I can't ever remember my teddies being washed either. Surely they must have? x

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  9. Lol, she definitely doesn't want to give up teddy for a wash, does she?

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  10. Good luck with that, we've tried many times but the answer is always no

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. It is always no...You'd think I would know this by now. lol

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  11. Who can blame her? Teddies need to keep their smell ... Good luck with that Kim x

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  12. Bless her! My daughter's Teddy gets washed about once every two years. I usually scrub him in the sink in the morning, then dry him on a radiator so he's ready for bed!

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  13. Our eldest used to let me eventually but then take a chair to the washing machine and sit and watch Po going around and around ha! Obviously a well loved Ted xx

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  14. oooh washing favourite teddies is forbidden!!!!!
    I get in sneaky washes when the boys are out at school / nursery (that's if they don't take them with them.)
    #mysundayphoto

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    1. hehehe! It's crazy how sneaky we have to be as parents...lol

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  15. Oh dear, we have the same problem with a rabbit lovey called Mollie. She's a lovely shade of grey now :) #MySundayPhoto

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  16. Awww bless - that's a tight hug! Boo doesn't seem to have a fave teddy at the minute so I don't have these issues! I hope you can sneak a wash in soon haha

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    1. I did sneak it in the washer...hehehe
      Thank you.

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  17. Aww thats true love and yes I think that means no washing Teddy! #mysundayphoto

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    1. hehehe! She really does love her teddies x

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  18. My niece was just like this and they had to buy a clone and hide it from here else she would have clung to two I think!

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  19. Aww bless my youngest is very attached to his bunny too! X #mysundayphoto

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  20. Grace is exactly the same with her bobo (blanket!). Bless her :)

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  21. the freezer overnight once she has fallen asleep will kill off any nasty germs, either that or wash overnight, been there and had the tears.

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    1. What a great tip...I haven't heard of that before.

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  22. Aww bless, we've all been there. I even bought 5 of the same teddy my oldest was attached too. He found them and can tell them all apart still. Good luck xx

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    1. hehehe! That made me chuckle. What a clever boy x

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  23. ooops, fortunately Joe does not mind his washing, although he is not that attached, I bet you worry in case they get lost x

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